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Just How Important is Networking? Hint: Don't Miss Next Week's Event in LA

The satisfaction survey for the 2018 SEGD Conference Experience Minneapolis revealed interesting information about what the SEGD community values: 82 percent said that networking was important to them. While "speakers and content" are the most important reasons attendees reported appreciating SEGD events, networking was a close second. 

2018 Wayfinding & Placemaking Sneak Peek
2018 Wayfinding & Placemaking Sneak Peek
10 Reasons to Find Your Place at the Wayfinding & Placemaking Event in LA, 07/19–20
10 Reasons to Find Your Place at the Wayfinding & Placemaking Event in LA, 07/19–20

Thoughts and Opinions

Design To Go
Design To Go—Los Angeles

In this week's installment of Design To Go, Diane Burk visits California, stopping in Laguna Beach and Los Angeles.

Explore SEGD Award Winners

Sci-Fest
Sci-Fest
AFROPUNK Festival
AFROPUNK Festival
Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China’s Silk Road
Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China’s Silk Road
Row DTLA
Row DTLA

SEGD Talks - Los Angeles videos

Wayne Hunt - Waynefinding
Wayne Hunt - Waynefinding
Refik Anadol, Virtual Reality Opportunities
Refik Anadol, Virtual Reality Opportunities

Los Angeles EGD Firms

Los Angeles News

Will Ayers Launches Found. in DTLA
Will Ayers Launches FOUND. in DTLA

FOUND. is a contemporary multidisciplinary design studio with a studio practice to challenge and modernize conventional wayfinding, signage and graphics through the format of digital, GPS, haptic, autonomous and artificial intelligence technologies.

SNA Tower Lighting Enhances Vibe at L.A. LIVE
SNA Tower Lighting Enhances Vibe at L.A. LIVE

Sansi North America manufactured 10 LED video displays at L.A. LIVE, the sports and entertainment district outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The high-resolution video displays, installed by YESCO, have become an integral part of the ambiance in the district, which is home to high-profile events at the Staples Center and surrounding venues. This first phase of the project featured a main courtyard screen, long ribbon display, six courtyard tower displays, a tight-radius "prow" screen and a Staples Center wall-mounted display.